The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa on February 3, 1972 · Page 4
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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 3, 1972
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Marcia Ten Clay engaged to Dr. Robert Vos The Rev. and Mrs. Albert H. Ten Clay of Orange City announce (he engagement of their daughter, Marcia Lyn- ptte to Dr. Robert G. Vos, son of Mrs. William D. Vos and the late Mr. William D. Vos, Pella, Iowa. Miss Ten Clay is a graduate of NW college, Orange City and is presently teaching in the Linclon Public School in Pella, Iowa. Her fiance is a graduate of Iowa State University and recently received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Civil Engineering from Rice University, Houston, Texas. He is employed by Boeing Aircraft Company, Houston, Texas. A summer wedding is being planned. ADMISSIONS SIOUX CENTER Mrs. Neal Mol, Jan. 25; Mrs. Albert Meendering, Jan. 27 IRETON Laura Anacker, Jan. 25 GRANVILLE Mrs. Marcel Klein, Jan. 26; John Vanderharr, Jan. 28 ORANGE CITY x Mrs. Charles Vander Ploeg, Jan. 26; Mrs. Henry B. Vander Zwaag, Jan. 31; Mrs. Henry Mouw, Jan. 31; Mrs. Barney Zigtema, Jan. 31; Miss Bethany Sill, Jan. 31 ALTON Mrs. Lester Mars, Jan. 27; David Holzman, Jan. 30; Mrs. Henry Shnee, Jan. 31 DISMISSALS LE MARS Emll Loutsch, Jan. 25 REMSEN Mrs. Dale Hansen, Jan. 25; Mrs. Leroy Plendl, Jan. 29 ORANGE CITY Mrs. Henry Westra, Jan. 25; Miss Kathy Visser, Jan. 25; Gerrit Van Beek, Jan. 26) Mrs. Charles Vander Ploeg, Jan. 27; Gwen Van Wechel, Jan. 30; Mrs. Nettie Jensen, Jan. 31 ALTON Tim Krogman,Jan, 26; Mrs. Lester Mars and daughter, Jan. 30; Mrs. Joe Schuver, Jan. 31 HOSPERS Harley Grotenhuls, Jan. 26; Wm. Oldenkamp, Jan. 28 IRETON Laura Anacker, Jan. 26 BOYDEN August A. Smlt, Jan. 28 GRANVILLE Mrs. Mat Marx, Jan. 30 SIOUX CENTER Mrs. Albert H.f Meendering, Jan. 31; Mrs. Neal C. Mol, Jan. 31 .Debra Korver engaged to Cornie Wassink Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Korver of Alton announce the engagement of their daughter, Debra, to Cornie Wassink, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arend C. Wassink of Sioux Center. D?bra is a senior at Floyd Valley High School. Cornie ( is a junior at Northwestern college, majoring in Physical Education. A fall wedding is being planned. Local New* Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. De Haan spent Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cleveringa at Jasper, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schale- kamp spent the weekend with their daughter and family Mrs. R. D. Van Marel at Stratford, la. Sunday night guests in the Pavil Den Hartog home were Mr. and Mrs. Cornie Den Hartog, Mr. and Mrs. Paul De Leeuw, Beth De Leeuw, Mr. and Mrs. John Brantsen, and Mr. and Mrs. Geris Bran- tspn of Sioux Center. The birthdays of Mrs, Paul Den Hartog, Jerry and Bruce were celebrated. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Pas, Mr. and Mrs. Don Simons and Airs. D. W. Goodrich all from Sioux City were Sunday afternoon callers at the Ed Schreur home L Public School Menu FEBRUARY 4 Taverns or ham Potato Chips Carrots, celery, cheese, pickles Cake or bars Orange Juice, Milk FEBRUARY 7 Mashed potatoes Batter dipped fish Carrots & Peas Cookie Apricots Sandwiches, Milk FEBRUARY 8 Stew Cabbage slaw Pumpkin custard Sandwiches, Milk FEBRUARY 9 Corn Hamburger casserole Cinnamon rolls Lettuce salad Peach half Milk FEBRUARY 10 Mashed potatoes (HS) Polish sausage Spinach Cornbread Mixed fruit cups Sandwiches, Milk Miss Kristi Scorza celebrated her 13th birthday on Tuesday, Joining for her dinner that evening at the Dutch Mill Inn were her family, the Dr. S. Scorza's and her good friends, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heynen. RAKED FRENCH TOAST 1 cups corn flaki-s nr y z teaspoon vanilla flavoring 6 slices day-old bread, cut in halves cup regular margarine or butter, melted 1 cup packaged corn flake crumbs 'i. ess*, well-beaten ! 2 cup milk ! i teaspoon sail 1. If usin'-! corn flakes, crush into fine crumbs. Set aside. a. Combine ej-s-s, milk, salt and vanilla in shallow dish or pan Dip bread in L>K K mixture turning once and allowing time for both sides to absorb liquid. Coat evenly with corn flakes crumbs and place in single layer on well-greased baking sheet Dri/zle with margarine. H. Bake in hot oven (451TF.) about 10 minutes or until golden brown. Yield: 4 servings, :i toast halves each They named the BABY Shower held for Rhonda Vander Pol Miss Rhonda Vander Pol was pleasantly surprised at her home Tuesday evening by neighbors and friends. A miscellaneous bridal shower was given her at the John C. Blom home with Mrs. Blom, Mrs. Clifford Top, Mrs. Gerald Huisman and Mrs. Jim Gosllnga as hostesses. Guests included Rhonda's mother, Mrs. Harvey Vander Pol and her sister, Cara, Mrs. Ber- nard Van Heuvelen, Deanne and Rosie, Mrs. Robert Mouw, Mrs. James Cleveringa, and Debra, Mrs. Lloyd Van't Hof and Cheryl, Mrs. Albert Wle- kamp and Janice. Unable to attend were Mrs. Harvey D. Vander Pol, Mrs. Mike Vrl- eze of Sioux City, Mrs. Rick Van Heuvelen of Ocheyedan and Mrs. Elvern Bootsma of Lyle, Minnesota. After play- Ing games Rhonda opened her gifts. A delicious two course lunch was served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mars of Alton became the proud parents of a daughter, Lashell Rae, on January 27. She tipped the scales at 8 Ibs. 13 oz. and her mother Is the former Lorraine Jasper. 4-THE SIOUX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, February 3, 1972 HERITAGE HOUSE Orange City, Iowa ******* NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Van Es from Iowa City visited their grandmother, Mrs. Frieda Hill. About 20 NW College students gave a program for their adopted grandparents on Thur. evening which was enjoyed very much. Mrs. John Kiel visited Mrs. Lllliam Noteboom and Mrs. • Jessie Huisman. A belated birthday party was held Tues. p.m. for Jessie Oldenkamp with several of her former neightborg and friends coming In to spend the p.m. with her. Mrs. Ida Brunsman, Alton Jessie Weedenfeller, from Le Mars, and Mrs. Henry Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Art Braun from Alton visited Miss Sadie Miller and Mrs. Mary Hentges. Rev. A. Elssens from First Reformed Church had charge of the service Sun. p.m. Special music was furnished by a mens quartet, Mr. James Van Gorp, Mr. Gary Cleveringa, Mr. Dave Hultlnk, Mr. Randy Vander Maaten,accom- , panled by Mr. Marlon De Haan. Mr. and Mrs. John Schuller and Mr. John Nyhof from Sioux Center called on Mrs. Lizzie Van Corler on Mon. Dora Heemstra's visitors for the week were Mrs. John Van Pelt from Alton, Mr. Peter Haarsma, Maurice, Mr, and Mrs. Theo De Hoogh, Mr. and Mrs. Harry De Jong and Mrs. Dora Haarsma, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Kluter, Mrs. A. H, Twlllman and Mrs, Ira Levering from Ireton visited Mr, Oeo, Twlll- man on Frl. Mrs, Lois Nermon from Winterset and Mrs. Gladys Buehre from Le Mars visited Miss Rita Schnee on Sun. Mr. and Mrs. Art Kluter from Ireton visited Rev. H. Gould and Mrs. Frieda Hill the past week. Local Newt Mr. and Mrs. Al Vander Berg and Helen Rozeboom will be leaving on Thursday for Falrfleld Bay, Ark. where they will spend approximately one month. The Just Another Club met on Tuesday evening at the home of Beth De Leeuw. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schle- bout from NewWrk were sun- day afternoon callers In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schlebout. Tuesday afternoon guests In the home of Mrs. Arle Noteboom were Mrs. Joe Relnders, Mrs. Bessie Vande Brake, Mrs. Arle Van Gorp, Mrs. Cornie De Hartog and Mrs. Henrietta Jasper from Slbley. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Meetern from Kenneth, Minn, visited with their mother, Mrs. Herman Fedders on Mon. Sunday afternoon and supper guests In the Bud Vander Laan home were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vander Laan from Beresford, S.D. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Ten Napel from Jasper, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vander Laan and family and Mr. Mrs. Butch Vander Laan and daughter from Orange City. Mr, and Mrs. Ve J Kamp and fam hv and Mrs. Georgt were Friday ^ in the Marvin v home at Rock Valijll Mr, and Mrs. AM! Berkum were sun<bl guests In the h om7 Alice Prins. ™ 0| l Mr. and Mrs. p e| lengurg from Sibl ey » ' day afternoon Charles Mr. and Mrs. ___, Berkum and famn yft j] .don were callers On 7 afternoon in the Berkum homo. Mrs. G. J.siobeeni the KK Klub at Mr. and Mrs. J 0 hi Schaaf and Sharon * day evening guests in ry Nlbbelink home Center. OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. MON. THRU SAT. PRIDE Vac Pac Bacon Spare Ribs carton Wilson Circle W X/V* Polish Sausage. . b . 69r wiiiie>$ ~~» Sauerkraut ft-33* Swift Red River Hilberg Beef Patties ................ IOS'1 00 Sliced Bacon 59? Morrells Skinless franks 12 oz. CITRUS ° c MOUWS SUPER VALU Prices good thru Mon., Febr. 6 Phone 4848 ,;:-, #?•,.,...- Poly Bag Frozen Vegetables Flav-o-rite Margarine, Flav-o-rite Assorted Ice Cream 5* Hunt's Gal. 3 1% Ib. pkgs. Ketchup Musse/mon's Apple Sauce 1303 cans m 4 , b .. Robin Hood Regular & Super Kotex F10UR Elf 25 Ib. bag -| Super Valu ^Coffee REDEEM THIS WEEK'S Coupon VALUABLf COUPON WEEK 4 JAN. 31 to FEB. 6 f f\f WITH 4%^A^" G .? 0d ,'£ 0nt THIS COUPON Jf WAI I IP x 10 c«nvM J.J5.00 W^ W VftLUt ZTDZnT 1 ORDER OR MINIMUM MARKUPS 8, FAIR JT f\fj£j MORE TRADE ITEMS EXCLUDED Sweet Peas Flav-o-rite Brown or Powdered Sugar Elf Mixed Nuts Super Vqlu Peanut Butter Post Toasties ,. «• $109 W 2'Hb. bag W Sweet and Flavorful SUNK/Sr NAVEL Head Lettuce 90C Large M *f T head fa § Tomatoes HOME OWNED . . . HOME OPERATED . . . HOME OWNED . .

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